Not too many new deals, but here are a few for your weekend shopping pleasure. See yesterday’s post for more deals; most are still active.

Groupon Fort Worth – $5 for Two Tickets to the Texas Civil War Museum ($12 Value)Fort Worth Daily Deal Roundup: Nov. 6. The museum is on the west side of Fort Worth off of 820. Browse more than 15,000 square feet of exhibits, including General U.S. Grant’s presentation sword, a Confederate cannon, and a host of Victorian-era dresses. Sounds like a great, educational activity for kids and adults. You have a year to use the Groupon.

Eversave Fort Worth – $18 for $40 worth of all-natural beauty products for busy moms from Ma Mi Skincare ($40 value). Ma Mi has a full line of all-natural skincare products designed for moms on the go. Pick from cleansers, exfoliators, eye serums and more. Shipping is not included, but it’s a flat rate of $3 per order – way cheap. If you’re new to Eversave, you get $5 off your first order, which means you could get this for as little as $13.

GivShop: $30 for $60 worth of jewelry from This Austin artist makes extremely pretty stuff. Her customized jewelry gives you the chance to personalize your purchase or gift by choosing a color and adding your special “stamp” such as a word, an anniversary, a child’s name or initials. Or you can choose one of her creative and funky blends of different metals, resins and herbs that create a unique piece of wearable art. Choose your items at her website, then email her the pieces you’d like to use your voucher on. It doesn’t say anything about shipping so I assume it’s not included.

Mamapedia DFW: $99 for One, 1-Hr Photo Session, a Digital Holiday Card, plus Five Digital Images from Glimpses of Grace Photography ($425 Value). This photographer is in the Dallas area but she will travel to a photo location of your choice. Note that the Christmas card is in digital format, though I suppose you could use one of your 5 digital images to make paper cards, too. You should complete your session by Dec. 11 to have your images in time for the holidays.